Bill Cosby Is Getting Out Of Prison After His Conviction Was Overturned By The Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Even Lucifer and his minions are furiously rubbing their eyes like “HUH?!?” at all the headlines about Bill Cosby getting freed from prison over a legal technicality. And sadly, this isn’t a really late and extremely demonic April Fools’ prank. Just two years after Bill Cosby was found guilty of drugging and raping Andrea Constand in 2004, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has thrown out his conviction. Andrea was just one of many, many women who said they were sexually assaulted by him throughout the decades. So Bill Cosby is not going to rot inside of a prison cell for the rest of his days. So prepare to feel your veins explode with rage as you watch a miraculously healthy Bill Cosby cartwheel out of prison today.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned Cosby’s conviction after they discovered a previous agreement he made with prosecutor Bill Castor, who was Donald Trump’s second impeachment defense attorney, which kept him being prosecuted. The Supreme Court also thinks it was prejudicial for the judge to allow five of Cosby’s alleged victims to testify in the Andrea Constand case to show he has a history of being a predatory pile of smegma. So in other words, too much evidence was presented at trial. SENSE: Makes so much! via CNBC:
The state’s highest court tossed Cosby’s conviction as a result of an agreement he had with a prior prosecutor that would have prevented Cosby from being criminally charged in the case.
Cosby is two years into a three-to-10-year prison term.
The Supreme Court’s opinion also disagreed with the trial court judge’s decision to let prosecutors call five other accusers in addition to Andrea Constand, the Temple University employee whose allegation was the basis of the criminal case.
Cosby’s agreement from HELL with Bill Castor was apparently a casual one that was never put in writing. Bill Castor promised Cosby that he wouldn’t be hit with criminal charges if he testified in Andrea Constandt’s civil suit against him, which he did:
The second point was a written agreement from previous Montgomery County prosecutor Bruce Castor not to criminally prosecute Cosby in the Constand case. Castor had testified that while he was district attorney, he promised Cosby he would not file criminal charges if the entertainer would testify in a civil lawsuit Constand filed against Cosby in 2005. Cosby testified during four days of depositions by Constand’s attorneys, and the civil lawsuit was settled for more than $3 million in 2006. Prosecutor Kevin R. Steele later brought criminal charges against Cosby in 2015 after succeeding Castor as the county’s district attorney.
83-year-old Bill Cosby will get to go home later today.
This shit news comes after some good news in the Cosby case. Last month, Cosby was denied parole because he continued to refuse to admit to or take responsibility for raping women and did not want to take part in a treatment program for sex offenders. But Cosby no longer has to worry about fighting for parole. Cosby will be freed and cannot be retried again. And one of the few living people who is happy about that is probably Cosby’s wife Camille Cosby. Although, Camille’s mouth muscles probably aren’t happy about it, because now she’ll have to put on another plastered smile as she stands by her man during the inevitable interview where he’ll mouth shart out about how justice was finally served. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to run after my stomach which dropped out of my ass at the thought of that inevitable interview.